Due to its topographical and geographical characteristics, Girona is a city with short distances and great ease of transportation. This is also due to its accessibility and modernity policy, which make this Catalan city a modern and fresh place to travel in both its urban area and its surroundings.
Girona has modern taxi lines with strategic stops at its train station, at the bus station and in representative places such as the city centre, Joan Maragall Street and Independence Square.
A highly recommended option is the tourist train, with visits the city's main tourist attractions, such as the cathedral, which mixes Romanesque, Baroque and Gothic styles, and the Call, one of the best-preserved Jewish quarters in the world.
The city also has a modern network of 10 urban and intercity bus lines that can transport tourists and visitors to any neighbourhood in Girona.
In addition to its efficient bus network, Girona is home to several car rental companies both at the train stations and at the Girona-Costa Brava airport.
Like the vast majority of European cities, Girona has adopted ecological management practices that emphasize green mobility. This is why its urban profile was reformulated to include a spectacular network of bicycle lanes, allowing users to move throughout the city.
To ensure this level of efficiency, bicycle rental points throughout the city have become favourites among tourists who want to ride around Girona.